Crossing that bridge to make a connection.
Before it officially became the third-generation Core processor, Intel’s newest chip was known only by its internal codename, Ivy Bridge. That name inspired Rob Milstrey, an Intel engineer who worked on the chip design, to visit a historic ivy-covered bridge in southern England.
The 13th century stone bridge arches over the river Erme in Devon. According to local legend, it’s the first manmade landmark in the area and inspired the town name: Ivybridge.